#1
Who else loves the old reel to reel machines?
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#2
Honestly I've never actually seen one in reel life
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#3
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Honestly I've never actually seen one in reel life


Ha, awesome!
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#5
You can't get em anywhere comercial here in australia... even on ebay your pushing it for a decent quality one.
#6
They do have a very nice sound, but are a bitch to operate and maintain. One of my studio labs from Trebas had us at a studio using a 2 inch tape machine (24 tracks). Engineers these days have it so easy because of Pro Tools.
#7
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Who else loves the old reel to reel machines?


If I could lay my hands on one in decent shape for a reasonble price, I'd be there cash in hand. Especially if it had Sound on Sound and Sound With Sound capability. Little creative patch cording and you can get some great echo type effects

Tony